Applications of their products include space level, military aircraft and ground-based systems, commercial aerospace, medical imaging and high-temperature applications.
CalRamic Technologies LLC, a United States-based manufacturing company, specialises in high voltage ceramic capacitors for a wide variety of applications. Their products range from Radial Leaded Multilayer and Disc to Surface Mount Chip capacitors in a variety of dielectrics to suit customers' applications. Able to produce large or small production quantities, CalRamic's lean manufacturing process and discipline enable them to offer the shortest lead times in the industry.
Industries and applications that benefit from the implementation of CalRamic capacitors include:
- Commercial/industrial power supplies
- Military avionics
- Radars and sensing systems
- High temperature (geophysical and geothermal)
- Space level ultra-high reliability projects
In addition, CalRamic can advise and support with the custom design requirements customers may require.
Military and Commercial
CalRamic's series of highly reliable, single layer, conformally coated, ceramic disc capacitors are designed with leaded terminals and are intended for those applications where the capacitor may be exposed to higher levels of thermal and mechanical shock. These capacitors are manufactured under strict quality control guidelines to ensure unparalleled performance in
high voltage applications.
Available with ultra-stable Class I, NPO and stable Class II, X7R / BR dielectric materials, CalRamic's space level capacitors are ideally suited for timing/precision circuitry, energy storage, DC
blocking, snubbers, transient suppression, decoupling, resonators and EMI filtering applications. They are designed specifically for those non-repairable, space applications where the assembly may be exposed to high levels of thermal and/or mechanical shock.
High Temperature (+200°C)
These capacitors, which draw on thirty-plus years of proven design and process experience, utilise double action pressing to minimize gradients within the dielectric powder and produce a finished capacitor with a uniform fired ceramic density.